Fines and Infringements

How to pay or appeal your infringement notice

Infringements

If you have received an infringement notice you have 28 days from the date of issue to pay or appeal your infringement.

Once the initial 28 days have passed additional fees will apply and a Final Notice will be issued. You will then have an additional 28 days to pay or appeal the infringement.

Once the second 28 day period has passed, the infringement will no longer be able to be paid. 

Unpaid infringements will be passed on to the Fines Enforcement Registry. If your fine is overdue please contact the Fines Enforcement Registry for more information.

Infringement Notices are issued under the Public Transport Authority Regulations 2003 and the Government Railways (Parking Stations) By-Law 1997

Pay your Infringement

You can pay your infringement using one of the following options:

​Pay your infringement.

Appeal your Infringement

If you believe that you have received your infringement in error you are entitled to lodge an appeal.

You can lodge an appeal online or by mail.

More information about infringements

We ask you to observe the following rules when using Transperth services.

  • Possess a valid ticket at all times and show it upon request.
  • Concession ticket passengers must carry proof of concession and supply it upon request.
  • Offer your seat to passengers with special needs, for example seniors, people with a disability and parents carrying small children.
  • If you are using the student fare, you should stand for adults.
  • Be courteous to your fellow passengers. We have a no-tolerance approach to offensive behaviour.
  • When riding on a bus, stay out of the cab area. Refrain from speaking to the driver while the bus is moving.
  • When riding on a train, move down the carriage and keep doorways clear.
  • If you use a personal audio device, always use earphones keep the volume low.
  • After 7.00pm you may alight anywhere along a bus route where it is safe to pull up. Please advise the driver well beforehand.
  • Please keep your feet and anything that may cause damage off seats.
  • No smoking on any Transperth property. This includes the use of e-cigarettes and similar vapour based products.
  • No eating or drinking on Transperth bus, trains or ferries.
  • Animals are not allowed on any of our services, or at facilities such as train stations. The only exception is assistance dogs who meet the criteria outlined in the Animals section.

Examples of offences and fines

Offence
On the spot fine Maximum penalty
No valid ticket $100 $500
Smoking on a bus, train or at a station $100 $500
Consuming alcohol on a bus, train or at a
station
$100 $500
Behave in a manner to cause nuisance   $100 $500
Bicycles on trains during restricted hours  $100 $2000
Damage conveyance or station  $200  $2000 
Placing feet on seats of conveyance  $100  $500
Obstructing authorised person  $200 $1000
Interfere with property  $200  $2000
Continuing to travel when travel has been
refused 
$200  $2000
Possess explosive, syringe, firearm, controlled
or prohibited weapon as per Weapons Act 1999 
$200  $2000
Possess tool, device, substance or apparatus
capable of graffiti or mark property 
$100 $500

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